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Cyber security hygiene for audio and video conferencing

Keeping up with good habits to help protect your organization

Kyle Kappel

Kyle Kappel

Principal, Cyber Security, KPMG US

+1 949-431-7359

COVID-19 measures are causing organizations to turn to video conferencing applications for remote working. Good cyber security hygiene can help keep out unwanted attendees, protect your employees and secure your data. A few examples of good hygiene include:

  • Require passwords for all meetings
    Meeting IDs can be guessed, allowing unauthorized attendees to join even if they have not received an invite.
  • The chairperson joins first
    The chairperson or host of the conference should control admittance.
  • Lock calls after everyone joins
    Once invited attendees have joined, lock the meeting to keep out unknown attendees.
COVID-19 | Cyber Security
Cyber security hygiene for audio and video conferencing